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  • She called the party's support of the conscience vote "the right decision," but brushed off questions about its endorsement of the policy change.

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  • Both in his 2008 bid, and in early 2012 polling, Romney has run best with voters holding at least a four-year college degree and those who do not identify as evangelical Christians -what might be called the party's managerial wing.

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  • Both in his 2008 bid, and in early 2012 polling, Romney has run best with voters holding at least a four-year college degree and those who do not identify as evangelical Christians - what might be called the party's managerial wing.

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  • She called the party's support of the conscience vote "the right decision," but brushed off questions about its endorsement of the policy change."

    Australia's Labor party votes to endorse gay marriage, but no law change

  • "It's a game-changer for me," said Mr. Allon, referring to the party's backing.

    Long-Shot Bid Boosted by Liberals

  • China Daily meanwhile accused the Democratic Party of being American "avatars," while the Ta Kung Pao called another party's leader a "political gangster."

    'Black Hands' in Hong Kong

  • Foreign minister Radek Sikorski, a leading member of Tusk's party, called the party's showing "confirmation that our concept of European cooperation and modernisation of Poland is finding approval."

    Donald Tusk set for unprecedented second term as Polish prime minister

  • "You had a clearing of the deck per se after McCain," said McCarthy, referring to the party's 2008 nominee, Arizona Senator John McCain.

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  • "We have proven our effectiveness," he said, referring to his party's strong performance in the 2008 election.

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  • Many of what the media describe as the party's base are restless with President Obama's compromises and a few are threatening to challenge his re-nomination in 2012.

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